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Chris Caffery
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Pins And Needles
Review by Greg Olma
Many of you will know Chris Caffery from his work with Savatage or Trans-Siberian Orchestra but you may not know that he has also been a solo artist since 2004. Pins and Needles is his third solo release and it is also by far his most heavy metal record.
Chris Caffery
Interview by Greg Olma
Interview with Chris Caffery from 2007

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